Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Arisaema costatum.
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Plants are nearly hardy in Britain, they normally succeed outdoors in the milder areas of the country. Tubers should be planted about 15cm deep. Only plant out full sized tubers and mulch them with organic matter in the winter. Plants multiply quickly once they are established. Plants need protection from slugs. This species has very large leaves, to 40cm long.Most species in this genus are dioecious, but they are sometimes monoecious and can also change sex from year to year.
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